Prisma app for iOS has already been making quite some waves since it’s launch earlier this month and now Android users are also eager to get a piece of this amazing photo to artwork application. Earlier this week Prisma app’s beta APK was released in the wild and everyone on Android rushed to use it but later Prisma Labs closed the beta app down and it stopped working. But all issues have now been resolved as the Prisma app is now officially available on Playstore and people can download the application now.
Download Prisma for Android
The best part is that it has a lot of sharing options and people can use the app for free as it’s not a paid app. Here’s the official PlayStore link for the Prisma App for Android: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.neuralprisma
You can also watch our preview video for Prisma for Android in order to learn how to use the Prisma app to the fullest and how to get started using Prisma for Android.
One of the best things about this application is the fact that people can use it to create a wide variety of art work styled pictures. It has a lot of filters which look like different artwork forms and all of these filters result in a completely different artwork result from the same photograph.
The Prisma app for Android does require an Internet connection to run as all of the image processing happens on Prisma lab’s servers. This is an effective approach as it would be very difficult to perform such complex renderings on many of the underpowered smartphones.
But this approach can also lead to scalability issues in the future when this application reaches a certain number of users and the demand on the servers for resources gets too high.
Here are few sample pictures taken by Prisma users.
But till then enjoy folks, download this app right away and start having some fun! 😀
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